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secretary kathleen sebelius saying healthcare.gov needs millions of fixes. here is more from brianna kei r keilar. >> it is wonderful to see all of you. >> reporter: texas, not exactly friendly territory for obama care. but that is where president obama went to criticize republican opposition to his signature health care reform program and promising its faulty website will soon be up and running. >> we are working overtime to get this fixed. the website is already better than it was at the beginning of october. and by the end of this month, we anticipate that it is going to be working the way it is supposed to. >> reporter: back in the hot seat again, embattled health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius testified before a senate committee conceding not many people have signed up. >> early enrollment numbers are going to be very low. >> reporter: republicans questioned the security of healthcare.gov and the screening of so-called navigators that help people enroll. >> so a convicted felon could be a navigator and could require sensitive personal information from an innocent perso
of america reports, health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius -- as danielle nottingham reports, health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius reports the site made big improvements. >> reporter: health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius is facing another congressional grilling answering more questions about the troubled rollout of healthcare.gov. >> this is unacceptable. it has been disappointing to hear members of the administration say they didn't see the problems coming. >> reporter: today she focused on improvements. sebelius says technicians are making progress every day. >> in the first few weeks after healthcare.gov launched, users had to wait an average of eight seconds for pages to load. today, it typically takes less than a second. >> reporter: democrats are expressing their concern about the troubled website while republicans argue the problem with the new health care law go deeper. one of the biggest issues is the security of private information consumers have to enter on the website. >> not only can millions of americans not log into the website
of the month. that would be the headline except a new problem seems to have come up as kathleen sebelius returned to capitol hill for yet another grilling, this time a security risk to users. breanna keeler is following developments, live at the white house this morning. >> reporter: it was another damaging appearance on the hill for hhs secretary kathleen sebelius. as president obama headed to the lone star state, that's right, but not a coincidence that he was in texas where a republican governor has blocked the expansion of medicaid under the obama care law. >> it is wonderful to see all of you. >> reporter: texas, not exactly friendly territory for obama care. but that's where president obama went to criticize republican opposition to his signature health care reform program. and promised its faulty website will soon be up and running. >> we are working overtime to get this fixed. and the website is already better than it was at the beginning of october. and by the end of this month we anticipate it is going to be working the way it is supposed to. >> reporter: back in the hot seat a
not with the president who seems never to know about anything. but looking at kathleen sebelius, she still has a job after this big bungle. the bosses away and the cats are going to play. >> the president might be perfectly innocent in his own right, but the staff is running roughshod on him and not only on him by the constitution. >> there's a question as to how engaged the a's. an article about how he likes to invite columnists over to the white house to discuss their columns and viewpoints and sometimes this goes on for 2.5 hours and not sound like a lot of fun. i think i would like to do that and that is not governing. that's not the president of the united states should probably be doing. having 2.5 hour debate sessions. is the president of the united states and his governing responsibility here and you're getting the sense that he doesn't like the governing aspect of his job. he would rather engage in discourse with david brooks or someone else and not actually run the country. and that is disturbing. neil: on the signature piece of legislation, it's a remarkable achievement and then to drop t
its k-9 officers pensions. health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius listened to lawmakers hammee obama ad >>> for nearly three hours today health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius listened to lawmakers hammer the obama administration for problems with healthcare.gov. some called for a delay of the affordable care act. >> we know that lying to congress is a crime. but unfortunately, lying to the american people is not. >> for millions of americans, delay is not an option. people's lives depend on this. >> sebelius says the website needs more than 100 fixes. some lawmakers are calling for her to resign. >>> coffee giant starbucks is the latest major company to anunce a special hiring program for veterans. the seattle-based chain plans to hire 10,000 veterans and military spouses over the next 5 years. it will also open five stores on or near military bases that will share profits with the local communities. >> i think that's great. i mean, because a lot of them don't have jobs right now. you know, they are probably going through it struggling like everybody else
barely budging, but it's at $17 a share. we've got kathleen sebelius. she said this week that obamacare enrollment numbers were not available yet. however, internal notes from the obama administration meeting revealed these numbers. look at this. a total of 6 people signed up on the first day of obamacare. that would be six. the second day, 248. still in obamacare, is this. the top hospitals in the country opting out of obamacare. they don't accept it. what's going on with that, liz? >> what's going on is that essentially the insurers have to have a certain set of insurance plans that are likely pricier and so, they have to get costs somewhere reduced so they're squeezing hospitals and they're squeezing doctors, a lot of doctors and hospitals are saying, you know what? we may not accept these insurers in our own system and you're seeing this happen in california and big states like ohio. stuart: the report i read says 11 of the top 18 hospitals in the country are shunning obamacare, they don't want anything to do with it. it occurs to me that that would set up a dual system, a two-tier
and human services secretary kathleen sebelius is preparing to testify tomorrow morning on capitol hill. live in washington, kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you. >>> a new san francisco report backs up the popular belief about rising property values squeezing out long-time city residents. overall, evacuations are up 38% in san francisco in the last three years. but the city says the number of eve vickss by landlords who want to sell instead of rent, the units skyrocketed 170% in that same time period. the biggest increase in the numbers was between 2012 and this year. >>> as air travel for the holidays begins to pick up. san francisco international airport is working on changes to minimize weather delays. a new procedure just approved by the faa will allow planes flying into sfo to stagger their landings and use both runways instead of lining up single file. many long-time sfo passengers say the new program is long overdue. >> i think i just kind of expected there's a possibility of fog and bad weather and it might have a delay. >> definitely. if it will be bad weather, i'm
about kathleen sebelius. it was so refreshing to hear someone say i am accountable. >> i agree. you're right. it was refreshing. if you look into it she also did not know anything. she said i was as surprised as anyone else. either that is not true or there is something fundamentally wrong that the head of the department is caught by surprise by this. >> inside the white house there is a health care policy person. someone had to be tracking this kind of thing. this is his signal achievement. will the rollout be ready? and for that person to not say we are on track or off track or call the secretary of hhs. >> surely somebody knew. >> something is wrong. terribly wrong. >> they knew but no one has been more singularly responsible. they were a lot of people who were part of building up but no one was at the top. now we have someone at the top and what is more likely to help the administration get this thing together is they are bringing in real pros. they have a loaner from google and a loaner from oracle. these people know what they are doing, they should have been there in the first
care website, health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius apologizes on capitol hill. is it enough? we'll talk with congresswoman marcia blackburn and how big of a problem is this for the president. governor mike huckabee will join us as well. boston strong, stronger than ever. fans pouring into the streets to welcome the world series champions red sox. we'll take you there live. hello. this is america's news headquarters. live in the nation's capitol. it starts right now. >>> we're hearing some of the chilling stories emerging from that rampage at los angeles international airport. leading the coverage, standing by live at the airport is dominick. >> reporter: uma, the fbi is looking into the background of paul ciancia, they believe is the gunman. that's how they identified him yesterday. they're also searching his apartment which is just east of hollywood here. they believe that after messages he stoent his family that his intent was to harm tsa agents and as he went through the airport yesterday, that is what he appeared to exactly be targeting. the los angeles tim
. kathleen sebelius wrote a blog o ahead of the deadline. now. some highlights on the screen f for you and all of our viewers g now. i want you to see, she's put a shopping theme to getting is coverage on the website once it goes live, she says the product is popular, so avoid the lines and shop healthcare.gov during off-peak hours, morningings, nights, weekends. then the next point is, have your income and tax informationb ready whener you logon. and there are 23 shopping days in december for coverage starting january 1, 2014. no need to rush. unless you've got a cancellation notice and you are desperate to get health care. your thoughts? >> isn't it very amazing that wi have the united states federal government that is starting to r sound like a very cheap retailer. i don't think that once again helps the confidence and credibility of this administration. and no little gimmick is going u to solve this issue.budget o the american people are very ino concerned. even when you think about what the congressional budget office says, ten years into this lost they're saying there will stil
. recent "saturday night live" skit mocking health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius was spot on. >> millions of americans are visiting healthcare.gov, which is great news. unfortunately the site was only designed to handle six users at a time. [ laughter ] >> in total, 248 people enrolled in obama care nationwide by the end of day two according to an internal obama administration memo obtained by that oversight committee. adding to the list of white house whos is the fact that the vast majority of those signing up on state exchanges are signing up for medicaid while a much smaller number are signing up for private insurance, the administration says it will release official enrollment numbers in mid november, but, if the numbers are as bad as these reports suggest, what will the president do? joining me now to react from washington, d.c., democrat strategist julian epstein. julian, six? you couldn't make this up. if i had said six, they would call me crazy, racist, who know what is they would call me. six. >> i'm the first to acknowledge that there have been a lot of problems
kathleen sebelius about the problems with the obamacare web site and what she says the administration absolutely can cannot could do. plus, a man who hijacked a plane to cuba has just returned to the united states after three decades to face justice. we have video of his plane arriving and you'll hear what happens next. facebook launching a new policy on bullying. how will that effect you and your children? plus, jet man takes a wild ride over mount fuji. the incredible video is ahead so let's get to it. any shepard smith reporting live from the fox news deck. >> good wednesday afternoon to you. 3:00 on the east coast. delaying obamacare is not an option. those words from the nation's top health official today kathleen sebelius who once again testified to congress about the bungled web site rollout. she flat out rejected republican demands that the white house put the new healthcare law on ice. >> some have asked why not just delay implementation of the new law until all of the problems are fixed. and there is a pretty straightforward answer. delaying the affordable care act wouldn't
of the obama care website, health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius apologizes on capitol hill. is it enough? we'll talk with congresswoman marcia blackburn and how big of a problem is this for the president. governor mike huckabee will join us as
secretary kathleen sebelius. she was grilled again yesterday at a senate committee hearing. some lawmakers said some government contractors should be punished as well that plagued the healthcare website. >> i want you to burn their fingers and make them pay. >> we know that lying to congress is a crime but unfortunately lying to the american people is not. >> president obama anticipates the website will be working the way it's supposed to by the end of the month. >>> well, we haven't heard about the high-speed rail project in a while that's supposed to connect the bay area to l.a. >> we are talking about it this morning because sharon chin discovered the rail project is running right over some little known tunnels that a long time ago were places to party. >> reporter: in the heart of fresno's chinatown from a secret entryway, we descended under the streets from one basement that connects to others. in the late 1870s and decades afterwards this was part of an underground chinatown a haven for gambling, prosecution, opium and drinking under prohibition. >> people would always talk about don
. >> kathleen sebelius defending her action to keep the site live. delaying the law might cost us more than we think. joining me is former aetna ceo ronald williams and former very month governor and medical doctor howard dean. good to have you on the program. good to see you. >> consumers seem to have sticker shock. a new survey found the number one reason people didn't enroll on the exchange was not because of the technical glitches but weren't sure if they can even afford the play. if people feel they cannot afford it and decide not to go into the system, can obama care still work? >> first of all, i don't think that's true. i think with the tax subsidies people will afford the plan. most of the policies people are saying are getting canceled are not real policies, they're the kinds you pay $50 a month and get your insurance canceled if you get sick. people don't have a perspective. i think this is going to work. i don't believe we ought to delay this. we ought to try to work the kinks out. >> a lot of people have come on the show and said to me they were paying $200 and now they have to pa
murphy says despite kathleen sebelius and other members of the team that all is well and on track of the launch of the affordable care act there were facts there were doubts. the white house finds itself once again on the defensive. >> the fact is when a site like this is going developed and it is tested problems arise checklists are developed and problems are addressed. we believe that the problems were being addressed and while there would be some glitches upon launch on october 1st that obviously we never anticipated we would never have the kind of severe problems we had. >> meantime there are reports that the justice department argued in court millions would lose their coverage even before president obama apologized for telling americans they could keep their insurance plans and doctors if they like them. even under the obama administration it is projected that more group health plans will transition to their requirements under the regulations as time goes on. as a result of that many people are commenting now that the obama administration knew the healthcare coverages or peop
or mislead about the fact that he said you could keep your health insurance if you like it? kathleen sebelius asked that very question and peel tell you what her answer was and talk about the repeated calls for her to step down. bill: are labor unions getting a pass on obamacare. martha: we'll ask a former pro football star way it's really like in the shocker rooms as the dolphins teammates speak out. >> i'm sure we have all gone out and had a few too many and called somebody and don't remember what we said on the voicemail or why we did it or what. it's just an unusual situation. you really love, what would you do?" ♪ [ woman ] i'd be a writer. [ man ] i'd be a baker. [ woman ] i wanna be a pie maker. [ man ] i wanna be a pilot. [ woman ] i'd be an architect. what if i told you someone could pay you and what if that person were you? ♪ when you think about it, isn't that what retirement should be, paying ourselves to do what we love? ♪ paying ourselves to do what we love? when you do what io, iyou think about risk.. i don't like the ups and downs of the market, but i can't just sit on m
? >> my turkey of the year, kathleen sebelius. she's going to oversee could be the biggest fail in the history of american politics, the obama care website. it will probably end up being a multi-billion dollar beta testing of the american people. do we have some sound of that? >> i'm going to try and download every movie ever made and you're going to try to sign up for obama care and we'll see what happens first. how many have signed up thus far? >> fully enrolled? i can't tell you. >> oh, boy. >> but that would have been -- if it's funny in the first week, but if she were to go back on jon stewart show tomorrow the day after thanksgiving, that same exact thing would probably happen, run out of time. andrea, you are next. you have a good one. >> yeah, i was going to do the irs and then i got nervous that i would be audited. it's like a turkey thing. let's move on, but at least i got mine in. continuing with kimberly's mayoral thing. remember bob filner who assaulted, what was it, 10 total, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12. it was a democrat but no women in california wanted to weigh in on that
bills with parking control officers. >>> ing kathleen sebelius is back on -- kathleen see bell just is back on capitol hill -- sebelius is back on capitol hill. she's answering lawmakers' questions about the new healthcare law. last week, he she testified to a house committee and apologized for the problematic rollout of the healthcare.gov website. >>> california lawmakers are getting their first pay raise in six years. the independent panel that determines salaries for state legislators had trimmed those paychecks as california struggled through the recession. but the economy is improving along with a growing tax revenue. the panel said state lawmakers will get a 5% pay raise starting next month. rank and file lawmakers in sacramento will now make $895,000 a year -- $95,000 a year. >>> there is a new twist in the allegations of international spying. brazil's government admits it spied on american diplomats. the surveillance occurred in we and 2004 -- in 2003 and 2004. brazil has admitted to spying on diplomats from iran and russia. >>> google is lobbying congress for permission to
health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius, demanding couples to and information related to the website. >>> the bay area's own tesla motors just gave drivers of its high-end electric car an extension cord, of sorts it is a key network of its new super charging stations built especially for road trips. abc7 news reporter jonathan bloom, has the story. >> get the charge cord. plugged in right there. >> reporter: since dawn gordon wylie got a tesla model s, there's one place she hasn't been in a while do you miss gas stations at all? >> not one bit. >> reporter: the highest end model s can go 265 miles on a charge. that's about from here to san luis obispo and yet, there's a pair of tesla sedans making a trip longer than that. >> driving from san diego to vancouver using our recently opened network of super chargers. >> reporter: super chargers what tesla calls the big contraptions that charge up the car's battery at super speed. you can get three hours of driving time by plugging in 20 minutes. >> our chargers are way faster than anything else out there. >> reporter: it me
kathleen sebelius, demanding couples to and information related to the website. >>> the bay area's own tesla motors just gave drivers of its high-end electric car an extension cord, of sorts it is a key network of its new super charging stations built especially for road trips. abc7 news reporter jonathan bloom, has the story. >> get the charge cord. plugged in right there. >> reporter: since dawn gordon wylie got a tesla model s, there's one place she hasn't been in a while do you miss gas stations at all? >> not one bit. >> reporter: the highest end model s can go 265 miles on a charge. that's about from here to san luis obispo and yet, there's a pair of tesla sedans making a trip longer than that. >> driving from san diego to vancouver using our recently opened network of super chargers. >> reporter: super chargers what tesla calls the big contraptions that charge up the car's battery at super speed. you can get three hours of driving time by plugging in 20 minutes. >> our chargers are way faster than anything else out there. >> reporter: it means you can charge your car. >> you pul
and our very own phil matier. you know, guys, kathleen sebelius came out and said, i am responsible. but she essentially is taking the hit for the administration. >> she is taking more than the hit. she is taking the full fire squad right now. >> she volunteered. how about that? she walks in and says, hey, nobody else can do anything about it. it's my fault. >> how many times did she apologize? >> at least six times in the first minute. >> i know. she is going for the guinness book of world records. >> no question. >> is she being the fall guy? is she taking the dive for the entire administration? >> what do you mean taking a dive? that's not -- stop. obamacare, affordable care, technological problems associated with this has nothing to do with the quality of the care. >> when you have only two people signing up on day one and according to cbs news 248 by day 2, that is a miserable miserable showing. >> no, no, phil, not really. when you did not use the equipment that was available. ie, the medicare process which had been proven to work and you didn't use it, or you didn't use what
under way at 10 a.m. on wednesday kathleen sebelius will be back as well, testifying before the finance committee. back to you. >> bertha, thank you so much. the obama administration set a target of 7 million people to sign up for the new health care plan by march 1 st of next year. that's 39,000 each day. the exact number of enrollees is not public but early estimates show enrollment falling short right now. joining us right now with their take, doug holtz, former director of the economic budget action and michael mandell, economic strategist for progressive policy institute. thank you for joining us. doug, kick us off. what do you think the impact of health care overall will be if the enrollment in exchanges falls short, which seems to be what we're seeing? >> well, this is a big problem for the obama care rollout. no question. you need the young invincibles. a group traditionally has not boughten some insurance. in polling we did earlier, 45% of them said they would not buy insurance if they saw premiums go up by as much as 30%. we're seeing much bigge
on the website are finished. kathleen sebelius was taking more heat from lawmakers >> catherine: on capitol hill today. she agrees there's work to be done -- but doesn't want the system taken off-line. republicans at the hearing called for her resignation >> screens with godown and all the time and they could not get from place to place. those are the two primary areas of focus. >> catherine: blockbuster announced its closures today, affecting about three-hundred stores located across the u.s. dish network expects the stores to be closed by early january. about 2,800 people will lose their jobs. colo. satellite-tv provider also is shutting down blockbuster's dvd mail service next month. >> catherine: blockbuster's downfall began more than a decade ago with the rise of netflix inc.'s dvd-by-mail service, followed by the introduction of a subscription service that streams video over high- speed internet connections. operating under franchise agreements will remain open. >> jacqueline: we are expecting clear skies tonight with a few high cloud spirit temperature will be on the cool side and not rea
what it was in place before and on capitol hill, health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius was grilled again this time by the members of the senate finance committee. >> in the last five weeks, access to healthcare.gov has been a miserably frustrating experience for far too many of these americans. it's unacceptable. i am focused on fixing it. and i'm accountable. >> sebelius said the website problems should be completely fixed by the end of the month. >>> it's 5:42 right now. the class of 2014 at one california school has run in a problem with their senior sweatshirts. police warn it could be dangerous to wear them in public. plus -- >> what parents need to know to make sure their kids are traveling safe in their car booster seats. i'm bigad shaban in los angeles with a new report coming up. >> and a toddler or a tiger cub? the unusual play date that is lighting up the web right now coming up. ,,,,,, over the next 40 years the united states population is going to grow by over 90 million people, and almost all that growth is going to be in cities. what's the healthiest and
and nothing is being done to stop it. health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius confirming that to our next guest before the senate finance committee. >> isn't it true there is no federal requirement for navigators to undergo a criminal background check even though they will receive personal sensitive personal information from individuals they helped sign-up for the affordable care act? speaker that is true. states could add an additional background checks and other features, but it is not part of the federal requirement. >> a convicted felon could be a navigator and could acquire sensitive personal information from individual unbeknownst to them. >> that is possible. jon: meanwhile the "washington examiner" reports the lead contractor has hired many foreign nationals giving them easy access to millions of personal records of americans. joining us now is the senator you just heard in that exchange from yesterday, so the security concerns, policy cancellations, website troubles as you stand in the capital right now, what concern to most of the implantation of obamacare? >> j
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secretary kathleen sebelius announced new rules that will make mental healthcare more accessible. the announcement comes as the administration, of course, is still reeling from the failed launch of healthcare.gov. >> good morning, everybody. >> reporter: speaking to healthcare professionals in atlanta, secretary sebelius did not announce a new law, but rather, new rules that put teeth into a law signed by president george w. bush in 2008. the mental health parity and addiction equality act requires doctors and insurers to treat mental illnesses as they would physical illnesses, but there's been no enforcement until now. >> finally puts mental health services and substance abuse on equal footing with physical health services. >> reporter: but the big announcement was overshadowed by lingering backlash from the implementation of the affordable care act. secretary sebelius was asked how the administration plans to help those kicked off their insurance plans since the rollout. >> there isn't, i would say at this point, a specific plan. the president has asked to take a look at those
. but republicans say they've got a document showing consultants warned officials including hhs secretary kathleen sebelius of significant technical problems with healthcare.gov this april as the administration was promising the site would be up and running by october 1st. the white house says officials acknowledged there were red flags, they never thought it would be this bad. stuart: i'll bet they didn't. all right. the second hearing about the privacy of the information you put out there, is it safe? what are we going to hear on that? >> reporter: well, republicans say they have a hacker testifying, someone who they say works for the good side, he hacks for companies to find vulnerabilities. the hacker believes he found a way to get customers' personal information, and he's going to tell us how -- not exactly how, but tell us somewhat how in the next hour or so. stuart: glad we don't know exactly. [laughter] >> reporter: right. stuart: pay close attention, rich. thank you very much, indeed, rich edson. to the big board, we're up 18 points just shy of 16,000. all kinds of talk about the markets
secretary kathleen sebelius were warned as early as march about potential risks with the launch of the health care website. according to documents released by a house committee. the firm said a compressed testing window could affect the administration debility to iron out problems with healthcare.gov after its rollout on october 1. butterball has mistry on his hands. the company is looking into why some of its turkeys have not plumped up in time for thanksgiving this year. they said last week the supply of turkeys weighing 16 pounds we limited for the holidays. those are your news headlines on the fox business network. lori: thank you, lauren green. to present a campaigns now and romney's turn in the spotlight. the wife of mitt romney is out with a new cookbook. it is called the romney family table and sales of the book are going to cause netgear to her heart. she is donating proceeds to center for neurological diseases at the hospital in boston. i had the pleasure of sitting down with an rally to talk about the book, politics and her take on the troubled obamacare rollout. >> m
that most of the bill would come out in regulations written by that arrogant and smug kathleen sebelius. there are now something like 15,000 pages of regulations. all of the hoo-ha over sandra burke and her birth control, i think we knew birth control and abortions would be covered. they prevented illegal immigrants from getting obama kaefrmt of course insurance was going to go up. you'd be required to cover things that no normal person would want to insure against so people would be thrown off their plans. as we know from the federal register, the hhs knew in 2010 and predicted about 93 million americans would be thrown off their current insurance plans, the ones they shopped for, the ones they liked, the ones they're beginning to be thrown off now. >> exactly. there was with moment -- every once in a while you see a piece of tape that reveals the truth about something. here is the president explaining how he got burned in obama care. watch this. >> having said that, given that i've been burned already with a website -- more importantly the american people have been burned by a website
who issued that subpoena for kathleen sebelius. >> that's right. >> she already testified wednesday. what's he hoping to get now? >> he wants more documents. house oversight and government reform committee is one panel led by republicans among many that has been grilling hhs and hoping to get a load of documents that describe even just the first days of meetings about how many people had enrolled. they're really drilling down and hoping to get a level of detail. they feel hhs has not been spoonsive quickly enough. hhs says say they were impacted by the government shutdown and many of these who initial document requests happened when staff was on furlough. issa took this big step and decided to issue a subpoena. >> okay. elise vee beck and perry bacon junior, thank you both. >>> tact and fiction. the myths and truths about obama care. that's ahead. ♪ [ chicken caws ] [ male announcer ] when your favorite food starts a fight, fight back fast with tums. heartburn relief that neutralizes acid on contact and goes to work in seconds. ♪ tum, tum tum tum tums! they always have. they alw
of kathleen sebelius. she testified this past week before the house energy and commerce committee. here it in its entirety at 10:35 eastern time. reporting this morning that healthcare.gov has gone dark over the weekend. you try to login this morning, it is unavailable. just part of the problems that healthcare.gov has been facing. the department of health and human services will be making updates to the application and enrollment tools. the website is expected to be back sometime after 9 a.m. this morning. from new york, michael is joining us. caller: one of the biggest problems we face in america today is the outsourcing of american jobs. ahead, bute can get we need to start creating industry here. congress has a big problem. there is a message for you, there is where the broken wheel lives. join and fixte and this problem with unemployment in america. are going to have to see both parties come together. as far as the fanatical organization goes, i think they also need to look at the core facts that america has to go back to work. everyone has to join together. that goes all the way u
this. and -- to monitor all this. and tomorrow the secretary of health and human services, kathleen sebelius, is scheduled to testify before this committee. you can expect more tough questions. dennis? dennis: all right. thank you very much, peter barnes. cheryl: well, call it a cause for celebration, all ten sectors of the s&p on track to finish the year up over 10% for the first time that we have seen double-digit gains like this since 1995. let's bring in ceo and founder mark madison in studio, it's great to have you here. >> great to be here. cheryl: if you look at what the s&p has done, we saw this price action back in the mid '90s, and it was a bloodbath after that. when you see gains like this, doesn't it make you a little bit nervous? i know you're bullish, but you've got to act acknowledge this. >> actually, no, it doesn't at all. we have to be careful of making false patterning. while this hasn't happened since right before the last crash, the human, the human psychology, the human instinct is to assume that's going to happen next. the reality is it has absolutely zero cor
kathleen sebelius will face questions from a senate committee about website glitches and the people that lost health insurance, despite president obama's promise. she's expected to face even tougher questions today, despite president obama's earlier promises. >>> and a new study is linking testosterone treatments to serious health risks. older men who used testosterone gels, patches, or injections, were some 30% more likely to have a heart attack or stroke, during a three-year period compared to men that took no supplements at all. >>> and a big fund-raiser being held tonight for our war heroes. it is inspired by our colleague, our very own bob woodruff. there he is. bob's foundation, tonight, teaming up with the new york comedy festival for the annual stand up for heroes benefit. jerry seinfeld, bruce springsteen, bill cosby, jon stewart, all there for vets. and this here, you can in fact catch it on google as well, streaming live for the first time. great work that bob does every year. >>> and finally, hiring ron burgundy as a pitchman apparently paid off real big for dodge. sales
, it was off the record, he said it on the record the other day, said i hope kathleen sebelius is up to handling the roll out of aca because right now i'm very concerned. this was last year. said i think next year is going to be really ugly. max baucus called it and he was scared a year ago this was going to happen. how did the administration allow this to happen? they were getting warnings. >> right. >> from capitol hill. >> well, it's a great question. we'll spend years doing the kind of post mortem on this. it count have gone any worse. it's not like the white house wasn't focused on it. for months they were saying, all year, this entire year they have been saying the most important thing the only thing that matters is getting the health care, the aca more broad but the roll out particularly right. they didn't get it right. but part of it is -- i think part of its difficulty is the way it was passed. because of the dysfunctional congress there was no chance and no one worked harder than senator baucus to find some republicans and make this a bipartisan -- susan collins and others
secure. they call into question testimony that health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius gave back in april. >> back on april 18th, secretary sebelius testified in this room we have the federal hub on track and on time. i can tell you we are on track. those are her words. we now know that the secretary's testimony did not match what was happening behind the scenes. >> reporter: some democrats have complained all the emphasis on security may scare americans away from signing up for health care, jenna. jenna: mike, what more have we learned about what was known about the website issues? >> reporter: we know that an outside consulting firm was brought in the spring to look at development of the website. raised red flags about the lack of there being central authority figure that has the power to say yes and no to key components and developments. there is no clear vision in terms of the development of the website. we've also learned that sebelius, medicare official marilyn tavenner and white house chief technology officer todd park were briefed on the report early april and two we
is changing car insurance for good. >>> health and human secretary kathleen sebelius says the president didn't know about obama care website problems. this isn't the first time we heard that excuse he didn't know. >> do you know when he first knew there was a problem? >> well, i think it became fairly clear early on the first couple of days -- >> not before that, not before october 1st there was no concern at that point in the white house or hhs? >> let me take the irs situation first. i first learned about it from the same news reports i think most people learned about this. i think it was on friday. >> we weren't told they wanted more security. >> not sure the exact date but i probably heard about fast and furious the first time over the last few weeks. >> we are honored to have on our set dana perino, co-host of "the five" and white house press secretary for george w. bush. >> and the owner of jasper. >> if you don't follow dana on twitter, you should. the world's most handsome dog. you were at the podium for a long time. what's the impulse to say the president didn't know. is it an effor
about it and what happens next? >> he is still in support of kathleen sebelius in that interview. it's clearly going to take a lot of soul searching and figuring out how to get this thing to work. >> yeah. she's not going anywhere. big story across the country, they're calling it a fat-wah right? they announced a proposal that would eliminate transfats in all foods. they're used in processed food in restaurants to improve the texture textu texture, the self-life, the flavor of food. >> thank you. >> new york imposed a transfat ban back to 2007. i don't think i missed or noticed a difference. have you noticed a difference? >> people gave bloomberg a lot of flak but he's been ahead of the curve on certain things. >> the donuts still taste like the donuts in other parts of the country. >> and they can make it work. we had the satisfries from burger king. they were tasty. >> the fda will collect comments on the plan for the next two months and will announce a phase out timetable to get rid of trans fats. different foods have different time lines. that's what the companies will be forced
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